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July 6, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Local youth enjoy free summer lunches at Kittanning church

Events occur on Wednesdays, organizer says

The Rev. Robert Grimm, of the Kittanning Church of God, hosted his weekly free summer lunch for the community’s youth yesterday – as he does every Wednesday.  More...



Kittanning High School — Circa 1928-29

Raymond Tarr of North Buffalo purchased a 1929 KITHAN NE Yearbook at an auction. He is sharing the old photograph of the Kittanning High School. More...

Students of the Month

Lions Club names Students of the Month

The Ford City Lions Club has announced its Armstrong High School and Lenape Elementary School student of the month for May. More...

Kevin DelGobbo, former lawmaker, utilities authority chair dies at age 53

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut officials are mourning the death of Kevin DelGobbo, a former Naugatuck state legislator and chairman of the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.  More...


When a team becomes family

Local softball team shows support for injured police chief

Though the healing process will continue for the family and friends of Leechburg Police Chief Michael Diebold, the show of support from Armstrong County community members has provided a look into how common bonds bring good out of the most unfortunat More...

W/K Stangs cruise to 9-1 win over Hampton

The Worthington/Kittanning Stangs have put together a stellar summer season and on Wednesday night at WWF Field in Worthington, head coach Terry Steffy’s team put the finishing touches on a fine regular season schedule with a convincing 9-1 home win More...

On This Day In Sports History

July 6th, 1988

LOCALLY   Dennis Harriger pitched six scoreless innings en route to his fourth victory of the 1988 season as the Kingsport Mets defeated the Burlington Indians in a minor league baseball match up.  More...

Rockin’ for Lockin’ Boater’s Bash is July 7-8

Event’s organizers are hopeful for big turnout

Terry Grantz grew up on the water. In doing so, some significant chapters of his life unfolded there. More...

Manor Township Fire Department plans burnout training exercise

Event to be conducted at recently closed Friendship Inn Hotel

During Wednesday’s meeting of Manor Township’s board of supervisors, township volunteer fire department Chief Chad Evans discussed a pending event Aug. More...

Apollo man accused of alleged rape and incest heading to trial

An Apollo man charged with alleged rape by forcible compulsion and incest will face trial at the Court of Common Pleas in Kittanning.  William John Franzi of First Street in Apollo will face trial. More...


James S. Bure


James S. Bure, 64, of Ford Cliff passed away Wednesday, July 5, 2017, at the Allegheny Health Network Hospice and Palliative Care Program at West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh, surrounded by his family.  He was born Sept. More...

James ‘Duke’ Dillard


James “Duke” Dillard, 97, of Ford City, died Monday, July 3, 2017, in ACMH Hospital.  Born March 22, 1920, in Alavista, Va., he was a son of the late Joseph C. and Dora (Melvin) Dillard.  Mr. More...

Nancy E. Harkleroad


Nancy E. Harkleroad, 77, formerly of Elderton, passed away Monday, July 3, 2017, at the Southwest Veterans Center in Pittsburgh.  She was born Nov. 30, 1939, in Kittanning Township, the daughter of Norman and Olive (Wright) Miller.  More...

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Do Just One Thing

When it comes to storing canned fruits and veggies, jarred sauces and other foods, it’s imperative to store them in the right place at the right temperature. All canned and jarred food should be stored in a cool, dark place.  More...

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